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Sacha Baron Cohen Convinced This Food Critic He Ate Human Meat–And He Loved It.
After what was a promising first few episodes, Sacha Baron Cohen’s Who Is America? has lost its steam. There haven’t been any more political humiliations—rather, he’s gone in some deeply troubling directions, including tonight’s episode, which involved discussing Hillary Clinton’s genitalia and giving birth out of his anus. With the questionable moments aside, this penultimate episode of Cohen’s show did have at least one insane moment at the end with food critic Bill Jilla of DinnerReviews.com.
Jilla attended the private tasting of Cohen’s character Rick Sherman, a recently released prisoner who is attempting to start anew as a chef. During this tasting, Cohen’s Sherman serves Jilla a number of revolting dishes. One was made with veal that was served in a condom that had been hidden in a man’s anus. “This is the best braised veal I’ve ever had in my lifetime,” Jilla said of the dish, which had been aged for eight days in a condom inside a man’s rectum.
But that wasn’t the worst thing Cohen served this food critic. For his final course, Cohen’s Sherman brought Jilla human meat. As Sherman told Jilla, the meat was made from a Chinese man, who had donated his organs after his death.
Of course, this is deeply fucked up, and no person would (should?) actually eat human meat, but Jill studies the dish for a second and digs right in.”It’s, like, butter soft,” Jilla says, giddily. “Who needs a knife? It’s melting on my palette, I do not need to chew it.”
Then Cohen’s Sherman tells Jilla that it “would be a great honor for the family to know someone in the West is enjoying their son.”
So Jilla turns to the camera and thanks the family for such a tender son.
What’s strange, besides all of this, is that dinnerreviews.com crashed within an hour of the episode airing at 10 p.m. ET.
I was able to get the site to load immediately after the show, and you can see the about page below:
But by 11 p.m. the site had gone down. It’s unclear if this was from people overloading the site, or if it had been taken down entirely.